The FastCom MicroTAG

THE FASTCOM MICROTAG©

The RFID-TAG uses a small low-power microprocessor and an RF-transceiver (433 MHz) for communication.

A built-in battery in the unit makes it operate able for a minimum of 3 years. The radio transmits a unique ID number for each TAG.

Each TAG unit contains a Hall element, a temperature sensor and an accelerometer. The state of the sensors is transmitted to the GGT-unit.

The MicroTAG© is able to log all sensor data in the integrated FLASH memory
for through the entire lifetime of the TAG.

Features:

  • Door sensor open / closed (hall element)
  • Temperature sensor
  • Tilt sensor (accelerometer) horizontal / vertical control
  • Shock sensor (accelerometer) value of absorbed shock

PRODUCT DESCRIPTION

The MicroTAG uses a small low-power microprocessor and an RF-transceiver (433 MHz) for two-way communication. A built-in battery makes it operable for a minimum of 3 years. The radio transmits a unique ID number for each TAG.

Sensors:
Each TAG unit contains a Hall element, a temperature sensor and an accelerometer (3-axis). The state of the sensors is transmitted to the GGT-unit.

The TAGs comes in two versions.

  • Small plastic box with a built-in temperature sensor and the battery cell.
  • Small plastic box with an external temperature sensor and the battery cell. Cable length approx. 25 cm.

Logning:
The MicroTAG is able to log all sensor data in the integrated FLASH memory for the entire lifetime of the unit.

Transmit interval:
The MicroTAG can be programmed to transmit sensor data from once a second up to once per minute.

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